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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

(!o cntni titttt Sasette. FRIDAY, DORnMDRR 1. HIls Excelloncy the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Justices of the Peace, in and for the town of Melbourne, as well as for the adjoining county of Bourke, via. Benjamin Heape, William i-.ll, Charles Payne, Andrew Russaell, and Edmund Westby, Esq.

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ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH, AND CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

ST. IPATRICKl'S SOCIETY. SOCIETY FOR TIlE I'ROPAGAITION OF THE FAITH, AND CATROLIC INSTITUTE. -o The usual monthly meeting of these societies was held on Sunday evening last, in the Catholic School Room, Castlerengh.street, and was most numerously and respectably attended. At half.past seven n'clock, his Grace the most Reverend Archbishop Poldiag, accomnpanied by the very Reverend the Vicar General, and several other reverend gentle. mlen, entered thie room; and The very Reverend the Vscan GarnnAL, having taken the chair, addressed the meeting as follows: If any person was willing to subscribe something weekly towards the funds of St. Patrick's Society, he would thank them to give in their names to him that evening ; by giving their names, their places of residence, and the sums they intended to subscribe, the collectors who would be appointed,; and some of whom were alheady appointed, woduld call upon thn-e persons, and by so doing would save a great deal of trouble, for otherwise ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

A YANKE? SBRBNADB.-An Ameri can contemporary has procured, through his " own reporter," a copy of a song sn ig by a lovo.sick swain, accompanying himself on a fiddle, under h is mistress's bedroom window. It is as follows: Voko, lady. vake the mon anre high The twleklln' slars e beoamil', Vhile, now and then, across the sky A ms.teo-r are streamlu' I Vako, lovely von I Tle sky are a Refreshing Is the breez s; It blows my nose vhilo I sit here A fiddling 'neath the trelese I Vake, Sally, dearl The bull.frog's note Are heard in yonder rushes I And the varbling tren-toad swells hsl thront, Sligin' In them 'er bushes. Vake, Wonus mindl The vipporvil Sings on that rall.fence yonder, Villo the'owl pipes forthl Ils hootiin slisill (Vy don't als vake, I vender 2i Softly on the grassy lea, Theo moon Iher nbeams alre pouril'; The stars look down and viuk at me (lly Gum I f Sal asin't suorld'.) Vale, Sally, vakn I and look on me, Avako; Squire Curtia' daughteri ; If I'll have you, and you'll h...

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THE GOVERNOR OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

THE GOVEIRNOI OF NEW ZEALAND. On Saturday last, the day appointed by Ils Ex. cellency, Captain Fitzroy, for the reception of the deputation to whom the congratulatory address, which had been agreed to at a previous meeting, had been committeed for presentation, his Excellency attended at the Royal Hotel, when the following address was read by Major Christie a " Sydney, 30th November, 1843. "To his Excellency Captain Fitzroy, I.N., Gavernor in Chief, &c., &c., &c., of New Zealand. "Sxs,-We, the undersigned landholders, clair ante to land, and others interested in the prosperity of New Zealand, beg leave most respectfully locon gratulate your Excellency on your appointment to the government of that colony, and on your safe arrival thus far. " On such an occasion, we consider it our duty, as faithful subjects of her Majesty, to offer your Excellency, as her representative, our warmest as. surances of loyalty, and of our cordial intention to support the authority...

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City Council. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

Ofit) Elttit. -0 TUESDAY, DscsauDER 1, 1843. At a meeting of the City Council, this day Present: The Mlayor, Aldermen Allen, Broughton, Flood, and Burdekin. t Councillors Smidmore, Agars, Driver, Jeukins, Ryan, Taylor, Little, Cowlishaw, and Coyle. Alderman FLOOD brought up the following report from the Board of \Vorks, which was subsequently agreed should be taken into consideration on Wed nesday nmxt (this day.) E?LIPLOYMENT OF LAnORERS.--REPORT OF T?E I3OAltD OF \VORKS COMMITTEE. Town Hall, LYork-street, 27th November, 1843. At a meeting of your committee, consisting of Alderman Floodl, Councillors Cowlishaw, LittlO., and Jenkins, held in the Town Hall, on Friday 24th instant, a resolution to the following effect was unanimously carried : " That this committee do communicate with the conncil, and forward a statement of the expenditure which has been incurred in the improvements of the streets of the city, since the power'of such outlay has been delegated to the Board of Works com...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

Ot? r aital (fLortrr tpOiO Clr iCct . rnu. Enrona-Tle many canl but rejoice at your purpose of advocating their interests in the columns f a paper so popular as the Mlorning Chronicle has -'er been; and among those who join hands with you are those independent cattagers and tenants at long leases, whom you have so palticularly compii meoted in your debut. I perceive in a letter written by " Australian Green," in this day's Herald (30th .. November, some excellent suggestions, and well worthy of the approval of our enlightened Governor, and rejoice, moreover, to see some of the principles it contains more disseminated, It suggests the sub. division of sections of land into small farms at 5s-or Gs per acre, payable after a certain number of years, on easy terms, and without interest, when the pro. perty shall be finally transferred to the parties, or, in default of payment, forfeited back to the govern ment, with all the improvements that might have been made on it; thlus affording ev...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

TIIIN DAY. 18 Ino. p. 8 mornlng 4"2 min. p.8 evening ronuolnow. I0 run. p. 9 morningl I 3D min. p. 9 evening FIIIDIY. 54 min. p. O morning I 18 min. p. IOoveniug Sun lines this nday m hin. p. 4; sets B min. p. 7. F1ul Soon, 7th, 6 min. pant 10 morning.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

NOTICE TO AGENTS. 'r-HOStE Whlose names appeared in I the imprint of the late '" Austral. asian Chronicle," as duly accredited Agents, are requested, and hereby author;sed, to collect all Accounts due, in their respective districts, to " T''he Morning Chronicio,", from the 1st of October instant. M t. 'l'4ToMAs HIGGINS is authorisod to collect the accounts for Sydney, and ho will give receipts, signed by M it. MICHAEl. I)'Amlcy, the Publishor of the " Chronicle." NO'TICE TO AGENTS AND PARTIES MAKING RR MITTA NCBS. i N order to avoid the expense of post . go, an.| spare time in letter writing, we intend to adopt a plan extensively followed by " Brother Jonathan," for acknowledging the receipt of subscrip tion monov viz., to publish the initials of parties remiitting money. Thus we havo to acknowledge the tloter of J. MIA,, of Campbell-town, I)c.. 5. J ,

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REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE PETITION FROM DISTRESSED MECHANICS AND LABORERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE PETITION FROM DISTRESSED MECHANICS AND LABORERS. -0 The select committee of the legislative council, appointed 8th November, 1843, to take into con sideration a petition from upwards of 4000 of the inhabitants of Sydney, soliciting the attention of the council to the distressed condition of the nu merous unemployed artisans and laborers in the city of Sydney, having accordingly taken the same 'nto consideration, and examined various witnesses, both as to the actual condition of the unemployed in Sydney, and the demand for labor of various kinds in the interior, have agreed to the following 're. .ports Your committee have ascertained, beyond the possibility of doubt, that there is at present a very large number of persons, of the industrious classes, totally unemployed, and without the slightest pros pect of employment in the city of Sydney; since the appointment of your committee, an enquiry has been instituted, at their particular desire, by ...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. CITY RATES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

-0 FRIDAY, DacsLntBn I. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. CITY IRATES RILL. The house resolved itself into committee for the Surther consideration of the City Rates Bill. Mr. Elwin in the chair. The clause proposed by Mr. Therry at the last sitting of the committee relative to the protection of the poorer class of tenants having been moved and carried, The house resumed, and the chairman reported that the committee had now gone through the bill. The bill was ordered to be engrossed, and read a third time on Wednesday next. GOVERNOR'S SALARY DILL. Mr. WINDsaVR, in deference to the wishes of several honorable members, begged leave to post. pone the second reading of this bill until Thursday next. The COLONrAL SECRETAsY opposed the motion, and moved as an amendment, that the bill be read a second time that day six months. Mr. WrNnarva remarked upon the discourtesy of such proceedipg, and after some further conversation it was agreed that the second reading of the Go vernor'...

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

COLONIAL IVWHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. Australian, Wiles, sailed 14'h June, 1843; Cooper and Holt, owners. Bright Planet, Kyle, sailed 2nd MIarch, 1843; spoken Ist July, with 70 barrels; Jones and Mlitchell, owners. British Sovereign,. Cooper, sailed Nov. 5, 1843; Lamb and I'arbury, owners, Caroline, Hunter, sailed 7th August, 1842; spoken 15th February, 1843, with 300 barrels; Walker and Co., owners. Caernarvan, Irvine, sailed 22nd August, 1842; Irvine, owner. Clareca, Whi:e, sailed 26th September, 1842; at UIotumah, March 17, 1843, with 100 barrels; Cole, owner. Clarkatone, Stewart, sailed 13th September, 1843; H. Moore, uweer. Genii, Long, sailed 15th June, 1843; Mitchell and Williamson, owners. Jane, Fairweather, sailed 27th August; J. Jones, owner. Janer Eliza, Bradley, sailerl 7th of March, 1843; spoken 26tt May, with 100 barrels, at Norfolk Island in Augus:, with 600 barrels; H. Moore, owner. Lindsays, Williamson, sailed 15th June, 1843; spoken on the 3rd of Octo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

I 1ST OF ADDTI'rlONAL. SUil SCRIPTIONS for the Erection of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday Evening, 3rd December, 1843. £ s..d. His Grace the Archbishop ........1 0 0 Very lRev. the Vicar General ........ 0 .5 0 Mr. Hughes " .. 0...... 0 3 0 Edward Mr'Encroo ...... 0 2 0 Phillip WVelch - 0 2 6 Patrick Cuff ....... 2 6 John Harley . . ... . '0 2 6 John M'Andrew 0 3 0 James Moran 0 .0 1 0'"' JohbnCoyle ........: 0: 5 0 Master Coyle ......'.'0. 5 0 A Friend .......... 0 5 0 Ditto ....... 0 2 6 A Frenchman ...... 0 4 Mrs. Heath ....... 0 1 0 Master E. Sullivan's weakly collection . 0 2 6 Henry Curtis's ditto ........ 0 6 0 George Curtis's ditto ....... 0 1 6 Peter Curtis's ditto. ....... 0 1 30 Wm, Curtis's ditto .. .... 7 Miss Catherine Hogan's ditto ........ 0 1' 0 M. A. Rafferty's ditto ........ .. 1 5 Sarah Donaldsou'as ditto ........ 0 2 3 Ann O'Brien's ditto ....:.... 0 1, 0 Ellen Coveny's ditto ..'..... 0 1 0 An assigned servant ...... .0 0 2 0 Total subscriptions this even...

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. -1 FROM LONDONs Aden, Waddell, 422 tone, August 1 Adrostus, 360 tons, Chaplain, June 30 AndronuMd, 408 tons, Sutton, July 20 Bucoephalus, 657 tons, Smnall, August 2 Gsledonia, 403 tons, Liddell, July 5 Cremona, 400 tons, Bully, August 1 General Hewitt, 950 tons, Hart. July 20 Gauges, 450 tons, Macdonald, July 30 Sultana, 374 tons, Lyell, July 31 Hamlet, barque, 349 ons. Wilson FROM LIVERPOOL. Columbian, barque, 290 tons, W'akan, July 31 South Stockton, brig, July 30 FROM HOBART TOWN. Vaterlily, schooner. 155 tons, Hayle Comet, schooner, 112 tons, Cook East Lonion, barque Psyche, barque Triton, missionary schooner Tobago, brig FROM LAUNCESTON. Union, brig, 155 tons, Grainger -FRO.I NEW ZEALAND. Artel, schooner, Deborah, schooner Lunar, brig Oratava, schooner otlia, schooner Vanguard, schooner FROM THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. Countess of Iilton schoner Ernest, schooner

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

COURT oF REQUESTS.- This Court commenced its sittings on Monday, before the Commisbiouner, Roger Therry. Esq., M.L.C. The list contained about 560 nsew cases, besides those adjourned from the last session. The causes on Monday and yesterday were un usually tedious, and the number decided was consequently much below the general average. NEW ARTICLES OF " TRAFFIC."- " Wandering along the Quays of the St. Katherine Docks, the other.day," says the editor of a London paper, " I stood a short time near a ship bound for the colony of New Zealand, and remarked a great number of cases addressed to a mercantile tirm there, wish the addition' Glass-this side upwards.' * What strides,', said I. to a person near inme, 'lux ury is siasking even in this remote region I only think of cut glass decanters, where a short time ago was heard only the trowling of savages !'" The gen. tietnial to whom I.spoke.corrected me : " It is true," he observed, " that many articles of luxury do go out to New Zealan...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

S lpiptzirng Intelligencc, no ARRIVALS. DFE. I -From Auckland, via the Bay of Islands, having left the former on the 14th, and the latter on the 21st ultimo, the schooner Thomas Lord, 70 tons, Brown, with sundlies. Passengers-Rev. Mr. Butt (Wesleyan), Mrs. Butt, Mr. Heynes ; steerage, Messrs. Lane, Brown, and Mart. 1,-From Moreton Bay, having left the 24th ultimo, the steamer James IVatt, 186 tons, Cape, with wool, &c. Passengers-Messrs. Marryst, Chambers, M'Donald, seven in the steerage, witlh five prisoners, a constable, and one soldier. 5.--From Manilla, having sailed on the 19th June, the ship Urgent, 408 tons, Thompson, with Sugar, Tea, &c. Passengers-Dr. Merit, Mrs. Robinson and daughter, and Miss Mills. Agents, Belts and Panton. 5.--From Launceston, having sailed on the 26th ult., the brig Untion, 155 tons, Grainger, with grain, &e. Passenger - Mr. C. Brisaell. Agents, Griffiths, Gore, and Co.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

DoMESTIrC RECEIPTS -To keep wine for any time. Bottle off and stack in bins as usual. Then at the head of each bin place a decanter of port, which keep filled, as it will evaporate quickly. And as long as there is any port, your currant wine will be preserved admirably.-T'o make a seedy cake. Procure some common dough, the size of a quartern loaf. Put in half a.pound of plums, two small bits of citron, and a tea spoonful of moist sugar. Bake as usual, and keep until quite stale. It will be a very seedy cake -A. chicen stew Shut up the duor of the hen-roost, and throw in lighted fire. works. It is soon accomplishsd.-To eire smoky chimneys (an excellent way.) Lay the fre as usual. with coal and sticks, but be care!ul not to light at This hath rarely been known to fail, and is. at the same time, a great saving of fuel.-To curry The readiest way of doing this is to buy a comb sold on purpose at the sadlers. In France, where horse. flesh is eaten more than in England, this will be found ...

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TO PERSONS IN THE COUNTRY REQUIRING LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

TO PERSONS IN THE COUNTRY REQUIRING LABOUR. By direction of his Excellency the Governor, Notice is hereby given, that a number of married labourers and others, resident in Sydney, being no longer able to obtain employment there, it is the intention of the government to afford, to such of them at least as have large families, and are willing to go into the country, the means of proceeding into certain districts, wherein it may be probable that their services would be gladly received. Persons in the interior requiring labour, and not objecting to take men with families of young children are therefore requested to communicate to the police magistrate, or to the bench of magistrates, (as the case may be) the description of labour required by them, and the rate of wages and rations which they would be willing to give according to the number of the family engaged. To such communications every attention will be paid by the government, consistently with a due regard to economy in the expend...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

THlE MORNING CHRONICLE. WI'EDN'ESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1843. t " l o J~st and fear not: let idl t1i1 ends thaua dmtn s t be thy country's, 'Thy God's, and tuth's." 8hakspeare. THE UNEMPLOYED OPERATIVES. TiE Report of the Committee of the Lo gislative Council on the Petition of the un employed Mechanics and Labourers, which we publish this day in our fourth page, is one which must fill every humane mind with sentiments of the deepest commisera tion for the unmerited and severe suffer ings of these most valuable men, and their numerous and helpless families. What can be more truly touching, than to see men with willing minds and sinewy arms, unable to use them-paralyzed, as it were, 'for want of employment? And to see tender mothers, heart-broken at the sight of their half-naked, half-starved children ? And these same helpless-friendless innocents, asking for bread, and finding none to break it to them ? Such a state of things re quires no pomp of words to carry saddening thoughts to the h...

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WHAT IS THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON? [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

[VIIAT IS THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON? -o EFrom the Tablet.] Mr. Blawitt, on Tuesday, begged to ask Sir R. Peel in the most respectful manner, what was the position in the ministry held by the Duke of Wel lington. He was understood to be a member of the cabinet, but without assigned duties, he ha4 paid his homage to the Queen, when the ministers paid theirs. He was known to be commander.in-chief. Hie spoke of the ministers as his colleagues in this or the other House of Parliament, and was known to claim his share of responsibility for certain acts, and to take an active part in the administration. Nevertheless, when appliedlo lately by Mr. Wen lock, and on the part of a sciety in Dublin, his grace had stated that he had no political functions; no right to interfere, or to such effect. He (Mr. Blewitt) therefore thought he bad a right to ask, what was the political position of the Duke of Wel lington I Sir R. Peel said, he should attempt to answer the question of the honorable gentleman ...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. The following estates were sequestered on, Friday, vis. :- John Gillies, of Carter's Barracks, Sydney, master mariner : Debts, 2348l 10s 9d assets personal property, 10l; outstanding debts, 22l; balance deficieny, 2316l 10s 9d. Frederick Stennett, of Ashfield, on the Parra- matta-road, builder t Debts, 1691 s ; assets personal property, 821 10ls balance deficiency, 1861 1 Is. The followinog estates were sequestered on Saturday last, vis. a Richard Peek and Edward Campbell, of Sydney, carrying on business under the style of Peek and Campbell, of George.street, Sydocy, on petition and affidavit. The schedule to be filed within fourteen days of the surrender of the estate. Henry Robert Rueben, late of George.street South, innkeeper. Debts, 12511 18s ad; assets landed property, 178118 ; personal property 34192s; outstanding debts, 1511 10s Sd. Balance deficiency, 88717s 10d. Robert Riley, of Campbelltown, achaolmaster s Debts, 381 14s 01j ; assets-pe...

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